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Courses Taught

  • ESC 195 Natural Disasters
  • ESC 212 Introduction to Meteorology Lab
  • ESC 251 Scientific Computing
  • ESC 350 Computational Methods in the Field Sciences
  • CSC 311 Unix Tools
  • NAS 504 Mobile Technology for Teachers

Academic Background

  • Ph.D., Mathematics, Arizona State University, 1998
  • M.N.S., Mathematics, Arizona State University, 1994
  • M.S., Mechanical Engineering, Arizona State University, 1991
  • B.S., Mechanical Engineering, Arizona State University, 1990

Research Interests

  • I investigate applications of classroom technology for secondary education STEM teachers.
  • I study the development of preconditioning methods for iterative solution of linear systems. Most recently I have focused on saddle point problems, which occur in optimization problems and applications to fluid and solid mechanics.

Recent Publications

  • O. Yasar, J. Maliekal, P. Veronesi, L. Little, S. Vattana, I. Yeter, Computational Pedagogy: Fostering a New Method of teaching, Computers in Educations Journal, V7, N3, 51-72, 2016.
  • O. Yasar, P. Veronesi, L. Little, S. Vattana, Computational Pedagogical Content Knowledge (CPACK): Integrating Modeling and Simulation Technology into STEM Teacher Education, Proceedings of Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference 2015, 3514-3521.
  • O. Yasar, J. Maliekal, P. Veronesi, L. Little, An Interdisciplinary Approach to Professional Development for Math, Science, and Technology Teachers, J. Computers in Mathematics and Science Teaching, V33, N3, 349-374, 2014.
  • B. Osatuyi, F. Andoh-Baidoo, L. Little, Enhancing Decision Making of Critical Information Systems Through Optimization Models and the Improved Parallel Conjugate Gradient Algorithm, Southwest Decision Sciences Institute, 2012 Conference Proceedings.

Last Updated 5/16/18

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